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Aw man,...where do i begin? First of all hello again jazzfans. Its been a little while since i turned you on to some new music. However, i've just been busy, jammin, going …
Bassist extraordinaire Marcus Miller returns with "M²", a disc that will rank among his best. Surrounded by an all-star cast including Kenny Garrett, Herbie Hancock, Bernar…
This new re-mastered version of what was already a great album is even better. The album contains original works by loescher and a few standards. But it is the original wor…
Haitek Haiku : Barend and Trees’s simple feelings and emotions about this new album by Niels Lan Doky and Gino Vannelli and many, many more people who worked on this…
This CD will be released in mid-Feb. 2001, after a limited edition release in late 2000. The Horns are strong trumpet/sax/trombone (John Allmark, Dan Moretti and John Wheel…
Natural Artefacts addresses the following questions: what is real, what is artificial, when is now, is there a definite border between real and artificial, when do y…
You don’t hear much about Third Stream music these days - like Western Swing that preceded it (circa 20s-50s), it was one of the first overt examples of "fusion." In its 50…
If you need a recording to reference for the sheer purpose of seeing how huge a trio can sound, this is it. If you want a great example of a sense of humor in music, again …
I apologize for the long delay in writing jazz reviews. There is so much good jazz to write about, I just got sidetracked jammin’ to all the old and new music out there. Wh…
If debut solo guitar releases are supposed to be overly technical and self-indulgent, somebody forgot to tell Scott Foster. In his inaugural instrumental guitar CD "Solo El…